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Posted on: 4:33:14 PM 8/7/2007

I think that monitoring a dog would require actually checking on the dog (or any animal) throughout the time they are there. Not just keeping them in a cage all night and coming in in the morning.

Needless to say, when Shadow goes in I wi...

Posted on: 3:55:03 PM 8/7/2007

I too think you should just get a regular collar with no prongs on it if you are not going to put the prongs in on this one. It may look "tough" but could end up hurting you, a child or the dog.

Find a good trainer that can help you in get...

Posted on: 3:49:35 PM 8/7/2007

It would make a world of difference, knowing that someone was there at night. This vet that Shadow is actually going to, the vet checks in every hour on the animals (that in my opinion is what is considered monitoring, not just keeping them overnight...

Posted on: 3:15:25 PM 8/7/2007

Well I have found a vet clinic that doesn't require that they spend the night but recommends it. So I am going to take them there instead. I just need to get their vaccination record before the appt.

Thanks everyone for their input on this...

Posted on: 2:07:06 PM 8/7/2007

I wonder if I asked the vet if I could bring them home if they would allow me to do so.

I was just supised, they are males and being neutered. I can see a female being spayed that they would be concerned, it is a very invasive surgury for...

Posted on: 1:42:51 PM 8/7/2007

I have a male golden retriever that is 3 years old I adopted that has an appointment to get neutered on the 21st. The vet said that he needs to spend one night ...

Posted on: 5:25:59 PM 8/6/2007

oh wow, the white one is so cute, how adorable! they grow so fast!

when do the others go to their new homes? hard to see them leave i bet

Posted on: 11:54:15 AM 8/6/2007

Thank you everyone for your input. I know they are a very energetic breed and are prone to bloat, but was wondering about hip problems and/or eye problems, thyroid disorders...things along those lines. I have found a couple of helpful websites along ...

Posted on: 1:50:02 PM 8/3/2007

I am looking for a weim puppy. I am wondering what the genetic disorders are that could possibly arise with this breed, life span (between 15-17years i heard). Also, anyone have any experience doing agility with this breed, is it easy to train?

Posted on: 11:51:16 AM 7/18/2007

thanks much appreciate it.

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